Winter 2013 Courses Offer Students Opportunity to Engage with the City


The Chicago Studies Program invites you to learn more about your city this winter by registering for one of the Winter 2013 courses that connect to Chicago:

• Reading As a Writer: Chicago Stories
• Introduction to Asian/Pacific Islander American History
• Trade, Development, and Poverty in Mexico
• Approaches to Gender in Anthropology
• Producing Home: The Re-making of Place and Space in Diaspora
• The Black Arts Movement in Chicago
• Adolescent Development
• Baseball & American Culture, 1840 to Present
• Public Finance and Public Policy
• The Business of Nonprofits and the Evolving Social Sector
• The Economics of Crime
• Labor Force and Employment
• Medical Sociology
• Environment, Agriculture, and Food
• Education Organization/Social Inequality
• Musical Performances of Race/Gender/Sexuality
• U.S. Labor History

For a complete list of Chicago Studies Courses, check out the Interdisciplinary Opportunities on the College Catalog website.

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